Authorities say dogs that attacked and killed two Livingston County residents have been euthanized.
The Livingston County Daily Press & Argus and The Ann Arbor News report that 10 purebred or mixed American bulldogs have been destroyed. Officials say four were believed to be involved in last Thursday's attacks. The others were considered unadoptable.
The animals were seized from a farm across the street from where the bodies of 91-year-old Edward Gierlach and 56-year-old Cheryl Harper were found. Gierlach was in the driveway of his home in Iosco Township. Harper was taking a walk nearby.
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